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To say that the quality of games on Android has improved since the early days is an understatement, but great graphics alone don’t make a title worth the time investment. It’s the gameplay that keeps folks coming back for more. One guy decided to take the concept of taking the trip down gaming memory lane a step further by building his own Android arcade machine.

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Joining the drove of Honeycomb tablets that were released in 2011, Lenovo’s IdeaPad K1 became the company’s first foray in the Android tablet market. A year later, it looks like Lenovo is  ready to drop support for the K1, but not without first giving away some parting gift. Lenovo is releasing a basic and non-customized Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the IdeaPad K1, which won’t come with the company’s launcher, pre-installed apps, and even Google Play Store. This might sound like music to the ears of developers and tweakers, but casual customers may not find the idea too…

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The latest manufacturer to announce that their tablet is getting Android 4.0? Lenovo of course. They are planning to update their Thinkpad tablet in the second quarter of 2012. Now that does seem like a ways away right? But it’ll be here before you know it, just be patient. The Thinkpad came out last summer, and like most manufacturers Lenovo did not give a specific date that the update would be released and pushed to your Thinkpads. The IdeaPad is also slated to make the jump to Ice Cream Sandwich as well. It’s pretty easy to forget about these in…